Child Development and Caregiving 12
Child Development and Caregiving 12 Course Overview
Services and products can be designed through consultation and collaboration.
Service design interests require the evaluation and refinement of facilitation skills.
Tools and technologies can influence communications and relationships.
CDC12 will provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will assist in making informed decisions regarding child development and caregiving. This course covers valuable topics surrounding pregnancy and childbirth. In addition, it will cover details on child development and developmental theories from birth through to the teenage years. Finally, the course also examines childcare options and programming.
CDC12 is ideal for those considering careers involving children, healthcare, teaching, childcare, recreation, or simply for those who are considering the role and responsibilities of being a parent later in life.
Where does this course fit?
- Pre-requisite: None
- Graduation Status: One of the Grade 10/11/12 ADST/Arts Education options for graduation
- This Grade 12 course is also open to Grade 10 and 11 students who have taken, or are currently taking, Social Studies 10.
- All resources are provided online.
- There are notes, assignments, rubrics, links, videos, and other materials that will assist the student in their learning.
Pregnancy and Childbirth
Theories of Child Development
Stages of Development
Legal Rights and Obligations
Child Care Options and Programming
Assessment Percentage Breakdown
Percentage of the Course
Unit Learning Guides x 6
Unit Assignments x 6
You have up to a year to complete the course.